What are Schemas In Early Childhood?

In the first two years of life and early childhood, children develop repeated patterns of behavior called schemas. These patterns help them explore and learn about the world. They learn best by doing things themselves and learning from those experiences. When kids repeatedly do certain things, they begin to understand how objects work and how they can use

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